Dr. Elizabeth Kavaler has claimed that her new book that has just been realised would help women in understanding and identifying their urinary tract disorder.
The author, who is also a practising urologist, has said that many women are usually frequent visitors to the public toilet in their community, while many plan their outing with necessary visits to the toilets. She is of the opinion that many of the conditions that cause the women to suffer might be easily identified and treated very easily.
Others suffer recurrent urinary infections. In the course of a lifetime, more than half of all women will experience some form of debilitating urinary tract disease or discomfort, including infections, incontinence, pelvic floor prolapse, and interstitial cystitis. Until recently, there has been only scant attention paid to this very common group of disorders.
In this concise, clearly written, and sympathetic new book, Kavaler suggests that a new approach to urinary tract disorders is long overdue. One of the surprisingly small number of women practicing urology in the U.S., she explains what these diseases are and what patients can do to get themselves diagnosed and treated properly. But more than that, Dr. Kavaler extends expert, sympathetic, and helpful advice to those who've been distressed, embarrassed, and isolated for too long.